The cheapest place to get a pint of beer in the UK is Shropshire, while London unsurprisingly boasts the most expensive on average.Read the full story ›
Around 76 pubs disappeared each month in 2018, although this represents a slowdown in decline from 2017.Read the full story ›
In the season of resolutions a national campaign is calling on the public to keep up their trips to the pub.Read the full story ›
The Boot in Freston, Suffolk, re-opened 12 weeks ago without tills.Read the full story ›
A survey of over 2,000 adults was carried out by the Campaign for Real Ale.Read the full story ›
Around 35 million fewer pints were sold in the three months to September compared with the same quarter last year - a fall of 3.6%.Read the full story ›
People who regularly go to their "local" to socialise tend to be happier and more satisfied with life, say Oxford University scientists.Read the full story ›
Around 20 pubs close in Britain each week, but as craft brewers flourish and communities rally, is the pub industry having a renaissance?Read the full story ›
Ministers launched 'Community Pubs Day' and called on people to list their local as an asset of community value to give it extra protection.Read the full story ›
New government legislation to give landlords more power in solving disputes with pub companies have been described as "a bit of a letdown" by one pub landlord who has been campaigning for change for several years.
"We're pleased to an extent, it's the building blocks but it's a bit of a letdown. At the end of the day it's a starting point which we've been waiting for for an awfully long time," said Simon Clark.